Zimbabwe's landscape is dominated by high plateaus and rugged terrain.
It is characterized by undulating plains, rocky peaks, and rolling hills.
Elevation varies from under 300 meters along the Zambezi river to over 1,800 meters in the Eastern Highlands.
The topography is diverse, with numerous valleys, rivers, and waterfalls dotting the country.
The highest point in Zimbabwe is Mount Nyangani, with an elevation of 2,592 meters.
The lowest point in Zimbabwe is the intersection of the Runde and Save rivers at 162 meters.
See here a list of 10 cities in Zimbabwe and their elevation above sea level.